Earned Income Credit (EIC) is a tax credit available to low income earners. In some cases the EIC can be greater than your total income tax bill, providing an income tax refund to families that may have little or no income tax withheld from their paychecks. Use this calculator see if you qualify for the Earned Income Credit, and if so, how much it might be worth to you and your family.
Knowing your income tax rate can help you calculate your tax liability for unexpected income, retirement planning or investment income. This calculator helps you estimate your average tax rate, your tax bracket, and your marginal tax rate for the tax year.
This calculator helps you determine the gross paycheck needed to provide a required net amount. First, enter the net paycheck you require. Then enter your current payroll information and deductions. We will then calculate the gross pay amount required to achieve your net paycheck.
Use this calculator to help you determine the impact of changing your payroll deductions. You can enter your current payroll information and deductions, and then compare them to your proposed deductions. Try changing your withholdings, filing status or retirement savings and let the payroll deduction calculator show you the impact on your take home pay.
Use this calculator to estimate your self-employment taxes. Self-employment taxes cover Social Security and Medicare taxes that, in the case of individuals who work for others, are taken care of through payroll withholding. However, if you are self-employed, operate a farm or are a church employee, you may owe self-employment taxes.
The 1040EZ is a simplified form used by the IRS for income taxpayers that do not require the complexity of the full 1040 tax form. Simply select your tax filing status and enter a few other details to estimate your total taxes. Based on your projected withholdings for the year, we then show you your refund or the amount you may owe the IRS in April.